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Focusing on a large UK church with over 1,000 members, and collecting 200 surveys from singles aged 18-40, I wanted to learn what this culture looks like from a statistical point of view, and what were the reasons behind these trends.

Having now turned several heads in the café with the typical trigger phrases of I finished my second latte and headed home to start analysing the data collected.

Over a two-year period, the normal experience of a single Christian woman was to be asked out by two non-Christians, one Christian in general and no Christians from her own congregation.In 1983, two sociologists, Marcia Guttentag and Paul Secord, had noticed a similar pattern among other groups with gender ratio imbalances.Whether it was African Americans (where 1/7 men are in prison), or within college campuses where there is a ratio of women to men, the same patterns of behaviour were occurring.Here, as we were finding in the church, there was a very low level of commitment, a low level of official dating, but a very high level of emotional and physical intimacy.The reason proposed was simple if you understood relationships as an exchange of resources.

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